Marlene Farrugia speaks of ‘coalition’ to battle ‘Panama clique’
Independent MP Marlene Farrugia yesterday spoke of the importance of forming a coalition of people to battle against what she describes as the ‘Panama clique’.
Writing her weekly blog on The Malta Independent, Dr Farrugia said this coalition will be formed of people who are not necessarily of the same opinion, but who have the national interest at heart and are ready to replace the “amateurs” who have taken over the country. She also spoke about how she had doubts about Joseph Muscat becoming Labour leader, so much so that she had campaigned for George Abela when the party leadership was up for grabs in 2008.
She also writes that the PN is finding it difficult to get rid of “half a dozen” people.
Dr Farrugia is the interim leader of the Partit Demokratiku which, as reported by The Malta Independent on 21 September, is holding discussions with the PN on the possibility of forming a coalition.